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Paleo Recipes for BBQ Lovers (10 Recipes) (cont'd)

The Best Basic Creamy Southern Coleslaw Ever

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Just say no to bland store bought coleslaw and hello to this delicious homemade recipe. This classic simple creamy Southern coleslaw recipe is not only the perfect side dish for your next BBQ and grilling cookout but is also amazing on a Memphis and South Carolina style pulled pork sandwich or on a West Virginia style hot dog.

Rack Of Lamb Three Ways: Grilled Lamb Lollipops, Lamb Ribeyes, And Whole Rack Of Lamb

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Rack of lamb is incredibly rich and succulent, especially when cooked medium rare. Here are tips and tricks for grilling the perfect whole rack of lamb or lollipops (lamb chops), including how to trim them and season them.

This Grilled Flank Steak Recipe Is A Guaranteed Hit

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Crusty on the outside and juicy on the inside, this recipe for grilled flank steak is a great alternative to more pricey beef cuts such as ribeyes. Because they are thin, hot and fast cooking over direct heat is key to perfect flank steak. This is a great cut for a flavorful board sauce or chimichurri sauce.

Need BBQ Ribs Fast? Check Out This Quick & Easy Rendezvous Ribs Recipe

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Charlie Vergos' Rendezvous is a Memphis BBQ staple and now you can create their signature dry rubbed ribs at home. In this quick and easy recipe, baby back ribs are cooked hot and fast over charcoal, basted constantly with a vinegary mop sauce, and then covered in their seasoning. In true Memphis fashion, there is no sauce on these dry rub ribs.

Homemade Italian Sausage: A Surefire Grilling Hit

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Italian sausage has never tasted better than when it is freshly made by hand. This homemade Italian sausage recipe features coarsely ground pork sausage in natural pork casing, with a distinctive flavor from fennel seed and other herbs and spices. Try it on pizza, in sandwiches, in pasta sauce, and so much more.

The Ultimate Texas-Style Smoked BBQ Beef Ribs Recipe

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Here's the only smoked beef rib recipe you'll ever need! The key to successfully replicating this Texas BBQ classic is cooking them low and slow over live fire with just the perfect touch of smoke.

World Famous Simon & Garfunkel Grilled Chicken Recipe

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Grilled chicken has never tasted better thanks to this recipe featuring our amazing Simon & Garfunkel Dry Rub, a wonderful herb based rub that is great on chicken, turkey, and veggies. As with most grilled chicken recipes, we recommend you cut the bird into parts so that you can ensure each is cooked to perfection.

Mouthwateringly Tender Bottom Round Roast, Sous Vide And Smoked

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Clint Cantwell, AmazingRibs.com President And BBQ Personality

Sous-vide-que bottom round roast makes an inexpensive and extremely lean cut of beef mouthwateringly tender by combining the sous vide method with the grill. Our recipe starts with a low temperature water bath to make it moist and tender, followed by a barbecue element via live smoke and fire for extra flavor.

Big Bob Gibson’s Bama Birds With White BBQ Sauce Recipe

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Packed full of flavor, this recipe for Alabama white BBQ sauce is the perfect addition to grilled and smoked chicken. Adapted from the original white BBQ sauce that was created by famed Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Que in Decatur, Alabama, this isn't your ordinary sticky sweet BBQ sauce as it relies on mayonnaise and vinegar.

How To Grill Fire Roasted Red Bell Peppers (Pimentos)

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Don't buy roasted peppers or pimientos when you can make stellar ones at home. Take your pimento cheese, potato salad, harissa, Italian sausage sandwiches, Italian beef sandwiches, omelets, risotto, and so many more over the top with this pimento recipe. The recipe also works for any number of peppers.

Crispy Grilled Cornell Chicken Will Have You Clucking With Joy

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

If you like grilled chicken with golden crispy skin then you're about to fall in love with this recipe for crispy grilled Cornell chicken. In New York's Finger lakes, Bob Baker's famous Crispy Cornell Chicken recipe is served in every home, every fire department cookout, and little league BBQ and now you can enjoy it!

Pork Cracklins Recipe

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Cracklins, chiccharrons, and grattons are made from pork skins and rinds. Here's a better way to make them than just frying them the old fashioned way.

The Ultimate Guide To Making Roasted Nuts And Snack Mix At Home

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Spicy, savory, sweet roasted nuts are always a hit as a snack. Serve them straight, mixed with dried fruit, or sprinkled as garnish on your favorite dishes. If you don't have a smoker or grill you can make most of these recipes just fine in your indoor oven, though they will lack the deep smoky flavor of the grill.

Columbia Gold, A South Carolina Mustard BBQ Sauce Recipe

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

In Mid-South Carolina, from Columbia to Charleston on the coast, BBQ sauce is yellow. HereÍs a quick and easy recipe for classic South Carolina mustard sauce. For those who are only familiar with traditional red BBQ sauces, yellow mustard sauce can be jarring at first -- at least until that first flavorful bite.

Going Whole Hog: What You Need To Know To Smoke Roast A Hog Or Suckling Pig

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Meathead, AmazingRibs.com Founder And BBQ Hall of Famer

Learn how to cook a whole hog the way the pros do it. Our whole hog or suckling pig smoking guide discusses everything from shopping to prepping and serving in our extensive whole hog recipe.

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Published On: 7/1/2019 Last Modified: 3/23/2021

 

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